Faraon is a Friesian cross stallion, he was imported from Spain in February 2017 by Historic Equitation. He arrived with well-established work both ridden and in-hand which has only been improved upon. Faraon has been a valuable asset to the team since his arrival.
- Marshall’s horse
- Classical horsemanship
- 15th Century jousting horse
- Marshall horse at Carisbrooke Castle for the Grand Medieval Joust of Good versus Evil!
- Marshall horse at St George’s Day Festival at Wrest Park 2018
- Horse for the Earl of Leicester, Robert Dudley at Kenilworth Castle’s Elizabethan Event 2018
Stable name: Coby
Cobrador (Coby) is a Hispano gelding, he is the longest serving member of the Historic Equitation team and possibly the most adored! Dominic says this horse has taught him the most and forgiven his mistakes more than any other.
Coby is a great horse for skill at arms and 17th Century Dressage where his natural suppleness and classical training shine through. His skills are in the more refined movements with controlled yet still explosive power!
You will often see Coby at Bolsover Castle, he especially enjoys the final Historic Equestrian event!
- 17th Century dressage horse
- Marshall horse
- Terre á terre
- Coby has been to the Battle of Hastings leading the Cavalry, charging up the enemy shield wall and intimidating his enemies.
- Coby has been to countless performances at Bolsover Castle (and is in fact the face of their Cavalier Horses Page on the English Heritage website!)
- He has also proved a useful horse on the jousting field, being the chosen mount of Dominic Sewell whilst he was Knight Marshall at Bolsover Castle, amungst many other venues!